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Interdenominational Thanksgiving service for President Sata in pictures

Photo Gallery Interdenominational Thanksgiving service for President Sata in pictures

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Defence force personnel carrying a casket on arrival at Parliament for the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Defence force personnel carrying a casket on arrival at Parliament for the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Funeral procession at Parliament
Funeral procession at Parliament

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Flags fly at half mast  at Parliament
Flags fly at half mast at Parliament

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Defence chiefs during the interdenominational service

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Arrival of casket at Parliament

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The arrival of the casket at Parliament buildings

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The Casket at the National Assembly grounds
The Casket at the National Assembly grounds

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The Casket at the National Assembly grounds
The Casket at the National Assembly grounds

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The Casket at the National Assembly grounds
The Casket at the National Assembly grounds

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The Casket at the National Assembly grounds

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Charles Milupi  during  the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka  on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Charles Milupi during the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service for President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata with former president Rupiah Banda and Dr Kenneth Kaunda  during  the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka  on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata with former president Rupiah Banda and Dr Kenneth Kaunda during the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service for President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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ICOZ Bishop Masupa , Catholic Diocese of Ndola Bishop Banda during  the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka  on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
ICOZ Bishop Masupa , Catholic Diocese of Ndola Bishop Banda during the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema  during  the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka  on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
UPND president Hakainde Hichilema during the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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FDD president Edith Nawakwi  during  the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka  on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
FDD president Edith Nawakwi during the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Defence and Justice minister Edgar Lungu at Parliament for the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Defence and Justice minister Edgar Lungu at Parliament for the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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 Acting President Dr Guy Scott with Wife Charlotte and First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during  the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka  on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Acting President Dr Guy Scott with Wife Charlotte and First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba during the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Diplomats accredited tpo Zambia  during  the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka  on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Diplomats accredited to Zambia during the Interdenominational Thanks giving requiem church service of President Sata at Parliament in Lusaka on November 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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bishop Joshua Banda
Bishop Joshua Banda prays during the Interdenominational service

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Bishop Alick Banda
Ndola Diocese Bishop Alick Banda giving the last benediction

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Zambia Airforce Chaplain Lt Colonel (Fr) Eugene Nyambe

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Opposition leaders during the interdenominational service

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Mahtani Group of Companies Chairman Dr Raj Mahtani, ZAmtel CEO Dr Mupanfa Mwanakatwe and BBZ CEO Saviour Chibiya

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President Sata Body leaves Parliament Building
President Sata Body leaves Parliament Building

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President Sata’s casket as the procession departed from Parliament building for State House

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Minister of sport Chishimba Kambwili leaving parliament

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Police officer during arrival of President Sata's Body at State House on Nov 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Police officers during arrival of President Sata’s Body at State House on Nov 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Police officer during arrival of President Sata's Body at State House on Nov 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA
Police officer during arrival of President Sata’s Body at State House on Nov 10,2014 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA

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Defence Forces during the funeral service at statehouse
Defence Forces during the funeral service at statehouse

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President  Sata's body enters Statehouse
President Sata’s body enters Statehouse

26 COMMENTS

  1. This should not be closure, but a time I hope you all cement the late President Sata in your hearts forever after his unexpected departure.

    This is naked truth and a noble reminder that, we could all depart anytime from this world. I am absolutely devastated
    by this loss and I haven’t eaten well for a week now.

    Let us refrain from repugnant comments, by trying to goad people on here who are emotionally paying their respect.
    The president has left a vibrant economy with posterity in good hands for many years to come.

    Maligned and insipid comments should be muzzled out for today.

    On behalf of all LT bloggers go well President Sata. We will always miss you

    Thanks

    • I still do not understand how Almost all Zambian politicians have been ball squeezed by this corrupt Indian cank called Mahtani. LT did they pay you to post his picture??

    • Compare picture #14 and Picture # 16
      Which couple can you vote for?
      HH & Mutinta of course.
      Not that Chawama based couple.

    • Zambian men… Please groom yourselves well. Some of these photos kwati tamusamba. Muletusebanya. Just look at Edgar Lungu, pamenso kwati chisushi. Even if looks are not on your side, at least ka nice shave and take care of imishishi. Some of these people are overweight and look very unhealthy, yet they are squandering people’s monies. Please it’s not all about chicken and chips. Eat a balanced diet. As for the women, do some exercises, reduce the fat pa stomach. Take a look a Charlotte, she looks so fit. Nomba some Zambian women think ukwina represents success and eating well. It’s just like in the U.S, the poor and unlearned rich folks are usually obese, while the learned rich folks are health conscious and smaller in size; not always the case, but usually the case.

    • Thank you Mushota. No doubt, president Sata, to me, was one of a kind. Unlike most of the politics in my time, he spoke and delivered. He talked of roads, schools, hospitals, stadiums and delivered on them. Unlike his predecessors who just declared new districts and did nothing more, During Sata’s reign, villages like Chinsali were transformed into cities. What am not sure of, however, the implications for the 8 billion dollars in debt that the government accrued during this period. Maybe an economist can shade light on that.

    • Incoming President? My foot! HH with his divisive politics wont rule Zambia. He will lose this election and the one in 2016 if his party decides to field him again if they don’t throw him out after January 2015. Mark my words.

    • After Sata’s surprising 2011 victory, I have learnt not to underrate any politician. HH is a determined and well financed young man, I don’t see anything stopping him from becoming president one day.

  2. Pic 26 …. Look at Kambwili on “ze led kapet”. Uko…. May just be your last time to walk it…. Step on it man 🙂

  3. Rest in eternal peace Mr. President. May the almighty God strengthen our mother Dr Kaseba. Thank you for all you did for the wonderful and amazing people of Zambia!!

  4. There is some irony that our Minister of Sport is so physically out of shape. He should make it his mission to lose weight and get into shape to exemplify the role of sport in managing one’s weight. I’m sorry I realise off topic but just looking at the picture above…I could not resist

    • @Nostradamus,
      Well observed, now compare her to Edgar Lungu in Pic #16 who appears to have aged older so rapidly due to pressure and uncertainty of what the future holds for him. Poor fellow!

  5. No matter how smart he tries to dress chi Kambwili always looks like a thug. It’s sad he thinks he is a strong man just because he is obese. Waite until he’s heart gives up on him, that’s when he will learn about excess fat around vital organs.

  6. Zambian Army, one of the most disciplined armies in the world. I love you guys and God bless you. Job well done. God bless mother Zambia.

  7. LT, I MUST SAY THE WAY YOU HAVE FOLLOWED UP AND MAINTAINED THE REPORTING OF OUR LATE PRESIDENT MICHAEL CHILUFYA SATA’S FUNERAL IS HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL. YOU HAVE MAINTAINED VERY HIGH STANDARDS OF REPORTING ESPECIALLY WHERE IT CONCERNS TEXT AND PICTURES. IT’S ONLY MY HOPE THAT THESE STANDARDS WILL BE MAINTAINED AND IMPROVED UPON EVEN AFTER THE BURIAL OF OUR LATE PRESIDENT. YOU HAVE REALLY INFORMED US IN A VERY DESIRABLE MANNER.. I AM A PERSON WHO IS VERY DIFFICULT TO CONVINCE. BUT, YOU HAVE TRIED THIS TIME AROUND. KEEP IT UP AND KNOW THAT THERE’S ALWAYS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. THANKS FOR YOUR MINIMUM QUALITY REPORTING.

  8. Kambwili iwe, that red carpet was not laid out for you. Ulekwatako umuchinshi, you don’t just plonk about on the red carpet, before or after the ceremony, it is called etiquette.

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